As you are probably aware us anxious people tend to make negative predictions about how certain situations will turn out. We tend to: Overestimate the likelihood that bad things will happen or that something will go wrong Exaggerate how bad things will be Underestimate your ability to deal with things if they don’t go well Ignore … Continue reading Negative Prediction Experiment
Video Taken From Anxiety Boot Camp Have you ever had a problem making decisions? How you ever had a problem with procrastination? You know that double mindless; Will I, won't I? What will happen if I do? What will happen if I don't? That anxiety that ends up turning our stomachs in fear of what … Continue reading Anxiety Stems From Our ‘Unmade’ Decisions
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Anxiety can take over your life without you really knowing it. It's important to stay in touch with your inner self to maintain balance and notice when there might be a problem. If your anxiety is severe or causes you to panic, be sure to see a health professional. However, for day-to-day anxiety, there are … Continue reading 10 Natural Ways to Reduce Anxiety
One of the curses of being able to think and reason is the ability to feel fear and anxiety, even when neither are warranted. Fear and anxiety can serve as helpful cues that there may be a situation that deserves caution, but after this is accomplished, they actually cause more harm than good. You create … Continue reading 11 Powerful Ways to Overcome Fear and Anxiety
A panic attack can feel terrifying. I often feel like I am going to die when I have my panic attacks. Although my panic attacks are unpleasant, I know deep down that they are harmless.
Over the years I have learnt that panic attacks are something my mind and body creates and I have the power power to lessen and eliminate my attacks.
If panic attacks are controlling your life, you too can regain that control.
You wake up in the early hours with your heart racing. You have a pit in your stomach. You feel restless, light-headed, and hot. Your mind starts to race, and before you know it, you’re worrying about the list of things that need to be done, a upcoming meeting or an event you are going to. Though mind and body reactions may vary, these symptoms are often an indication of anxiety.